4.6 l / 100km
107g / km
(2014) Peugeot 308 Access (5dr 5 seat Hatch Back)
All-new Peugeot 308 Hatch Back & Station Wagon arrive in NZ. Premiered at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 2013, the all-new Peugeot 308 has already been awarded numerous accolades including the prestigious 2014 European Car of the Year & 'Most Beautiful interior of the Year' at the 29th International Automobile Festival. Priced from $30,990, the all-new Peugeot 308 will consist of three trim levels in NZ, Access, Active & Allure & is available in Hatch (Petrol & Diesel) & Station Wagon (Petrol only) versions.
Like Europe, the all-new 308 will be launched in two phases, Phase One October 24, 2014, Hatch, Access 96kW e-THP (‘Stop & Start’) with a 6-speed automatic, Active 96kW e-THP (‘Stop & Start’) with a 6-speed automatic, Allure 110kW BlueHDi (‘Stop & Start’) with a 6 -speed automatic, Station wagon, Active 96kW e-THP (‘Stop & Start’) with a 6 -speed automatic. Phase Two February, 2015, Hatch, Access 96kW e-THP (‘Stop & Start’) with a 6-speed manual, Allure 110kW THP (‘Stop & Start’) with a 6-speed automatic, Station wagon, Allure 110kW THP (‘Stop & Start’) with a 6-speed automatic.
To win over new customers, the all-new PEUGEOT 308 is positioned as a strong & different alternative with a design focused on four key themes, efficiency, design, driving experience & quality. Peugeot designers & engineers have delivered an audacious, intuitive & modern hatchback with a pure and sleek design. Due to the new EMP2 modular platform, the all new 308 has compact dimensions & reduced weight (-140kg). Its driving experience is unprecedented & its CO2 emissions are among the best in its class (with the BlueHDi turbo diesel version at 107g/km).
A refined interior & innovative instruments & controls (the Peugeot i-cockpit) promise a great driving experience. Its high level of quality & intuitive 9.7in multimedia touch screen are the result of a very ambitious initial design brief, aims to place the car among the very best, embodying Peugeot’s move up-market. The all-new Peugeot 308 Wagon is sporty with a wide stance, (length: 4.58m & height 1.47m). Its generous dimensions allow the expectations of customers who attach great importance to the fundamental values in a station wagon: volume, spaciousness, modularity and practicality. With a volume of 610 dm3 to the VDA 210 standard, the boot on the all-new PEUGEOT 308 Wagon is clearly among the best in the segment.
Seats are folded with a single action from inside the boot) which results in a perfectly flat floor. All grades have a a touch screen permits control of the following equipment or functions, Air conditioning, automatic dual-zone (on Allure models), Driving aids, Park Aid (Active & Allure models) & reversing camera (Allure model only), Multimedia, Radio, 6.9 GB Jukebox (Active and Allure models) with satellite navigation on Allure models, interactive handbook, USB/Ipod connection, audio streaming, photo viewer (N/A on Access model), Navigation, displaying the speeds of the main roads, birds-eye view, junction view and lane guidance functions (on Allure models), Telephone (Bluetooth hands-free, access to the telephone’s contacts and to their profile, management of call waiting, etc.), Configuration (Management of the vehicle settings).
308 engines are a 96kW e-THP 3-cylinder petrol engine that produces 96kW of power & 230Nm of torque, 110kW BlueHDi 4-cylinder turbo diesel engine with 240Nm of torque. From February 2015 the all-new 308 will add one more engine choice, a 110kW THP turbo 4-cylinder petrol engine that produces 110kW of power & 240Nm of torque. These engines are EB2 1.2T, DV6 Diesel & EP6CDT 1.6T. The new generation six-speed gearboxes offered, AT6 III and AM6 III, are supplied by Aisin. The 308 has a Five-Star Euro NCAP, scored five stars in all four categories. The Sochaux factory manufactures the all-new PEUGEOT 308. The French sites in Trémery and Douvrin supply all the powertrains.
|Brakes||Parking brake, manual|
|Entertainment & Communication||Peugeot Connect USB with Bluetooth
Peugeot Connect Sound RD45 Radio with integrated CD player
CD player (integrated into standard audio unit)
6-speaker audio system, 2-front, 2-back with 2-tweeters
|Exterior||Door mirror's, body colour
|Interior||Cloth interior trim
Cruise control with speed limiter
Parking brake with leather trim
12V accessory socket
Peugeot i-cockpit, minimalist design with black gloss & satin chrome trim
Head up instrument cluster display
|Lighting||LED rear tail lights
Rear fog lights
LED DRL's (daytime running lights) integrated into front bumper
|Mechanical||Automatic Stop/Start engine system|
|Safety||EBA Emergency Brake Assist
ABS Anti-lock Braking System
Seatbelts front, 3-point ELR x2
ESP Electronic Stability Programme
Head restraints x3, rear
Seatbelts rear, 3-point ELR x3
Curtain airbags, front & rear
Head restraints x2, front
Airbags, driver & front passenger
ASR Traction Control system
EBFD Electronic Brakeforce Distribution
ITC Intelligent Traction Control
CDS Dynamic Stability Control
|Engine Name||Peugeot PureTech 1.2p e-THP 130hp EB2|
|Engine Description||Electronic turbo high-pressure|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||53|
|Valves Per Cylinder||4|
|Gross Vehicle Mass||1750|
|Towing Capacity Braked||1300|
|Max Towball Weight||75|
|Gross Combined Mass||3041|
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